UNGAROV ALKAR JANGELOVICH
senior sergeant, a participant in World War II, Full holder of the Order of Glory (June 27, 1945)
He was born in 1922 in Khoja-Kurgan village, Kuyi-Chirchik district, Tashkent region, in a peasant family. Kazakh. Primary education. He worked on a collective farm.
In June 1941 he was drafted into the Red Army by the military commissariat of the Kuy-Chirchik district of the Tashkent region of the Uzbek SSR. On the front from this year.
On July 29, 1944, Senior Sergeant Alkar Ungarov, Assistant Platoon Commander of the 67th Rifle Regiment (20th Rifle Division, 28th Army, 1st Belorussian Front), took command of the platoon in the village of Struv, 8 km east of Januw-Podlaski, Poland, and repulses 4 counterattacks of the enemy with the soldiers. He killed about a dozen enemy soldiers and captured 17 of them.
On August 24, 1944, Senior Sergeant Ungarov Alkar Jangelovich was awarded the Order of Glory III degree for bravery and courage in battle.
On January 20, 1945, in East Prussia, near the town of Gumbinnen (now Gusev, Kaliningrad), at the most critical time of the battle, the platoon again began to attack the warriors. He personally killed more than a dozen Nazis in the war. The brave junior commander is wounded, but leads the platoon and continues the fight.
On March 2, 1945, Senior Sergeant Ungarov Alkar Jangelovich was awarded the Order of Glory of the II degree.
By the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of June 27, 1945, sergeant Ungarov Alkar Jangelovich was awarded the Order of “Glory” of the 1st degree “For exemplary performance of the command’s combat missions in the fight against the Nazi invaders on the front, and for the courage and heroism shown”.
He was killed in action on April 26, 1945, southwest of Berlin.